The Pickup

Bands and new music for fans of death-grips

Kusanagi

by Sturle Dagsland

Hey! Wanted to try you on the Norwegian throat singer, Sturle Dagsland who's to release his debut self-titled album on February 5, 2021 – we just announced the record today with the first single "Kusanagi".

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The Birth of a Nation

by Enola Gay

Irish post-punk quartet formed late 2019. Ranting vocals and a bed of reverb-soaked, buzz-saw guitar layered on top of a driving rhythm that draws inspiration from electronica. The Birth of a Nation addresses systematic oppression and how racism still spreads in the streets of Belfast. CHECK YOUTUBE.

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Planet B

Planet B is the duo of punk provocateur Justin Pearson (The Locust, Swing Kids, Retox, Dead Cross) and hip-hop producer Luke Henshaw (Sonido de la Frontera, First Power Crew). Together, these two dissidents combine their styles into a new & thrilling collaboration of beats, noise and general mayhem!

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Bob Vylan

We're Bob Vylan a London based two-piece punk band that incorporates Hardcore punk, rap, and grime all into one disgustingly macabre but honestly beautiful package. We are also truly D.I.Y. meaning we produce, record, mix and master everything by ourselves. We have no outside help whatsoever.

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Kill Pat Kill

I write on behalf of Kill Pat Kill. Everyone involved with this release wanted it to be a weird and catchy blend of various metal subgenres. The lyrics were made to sound dumb and fun on the surface but deepen the more you listen. We hope you enjoy!

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